A bright and airy coastal outdoor living room offers a comfy seating area. The exposed wood ceiling sets the modern-rustic feel for the room which is continued with wicker furniture and reclaimed wood coffee table. A bright blue rug, a yellow light fixture and yellow-striped pillows add a fun pop of color to the space.
This modern gray living room features a small sitting area with a black sofa and neutral chaise lounge, as well as a gray and white area rug. A staircase leading from the living room to upstairs area includes a balcony overlook that is illuminated by a candelabra-like chandelier.
This gray bedroom was decorated on a dime. Subtle grays were chosen for the curtains, dresser, rug, mirror and lamp, which allows the bright blue duvet cover to be a welcome pop of color.
Gray can be both simple and soothing as seen in this bedroom where various shades of the color are used throughout the space. Black floating shelves create a fun picture gallery on one of the back walls.
This gray and white bedroom incorporates functionality and style featuring ample storage with black bookshelves and wooden dresser, a sitting area, and a large comfortable bed with tufted headboard. The clean lines of the furniture and a crisp palette complete the look.
This dining room features an open floor plan with brilliant blue walls and white built-ins. Metal pendant lamps hang over an industrial style table. Leather dining chairs and a wooden bench provide seating.
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Affordable modern furnishings replaced hand-me-down pieces to give this transitional living room a youthful and fresh update, as seen on HGTV's "The High/Low Project."
This kitchen may not have a lot of square footage, but its open plan design maximizes its efficiency. A small kitchen island becomes both a working and eating space. And the bright pops of yellow in the pendant and floor lamps make the whole space feel sunny and bright.
The mostly neutral, modern furnishings and hardwood floors of this living room are punched up by the orange rug, blue coffee table and assorted throw pillows. The exposed brick wall and fireplace make for a great focal wall and interesting place for the television.
This coastal living room's decor takes on a breezy vibe with its soft neutral tones and earthy materials, like those seen in the rattan armchairs. A reclaimed wood coffee table sits at the center of the room, while a small round white table showcases a vase of purple flowers.
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